The flexibility of eddy current sensors from Bestech Australia ranges from cost-effective sensor systems with highly integrated electronics through to innovative sensors with silver/palladium coils embedded in glass/ceramic. In this way, these sensors achieve high levels of temperature stability and a service life that was previously not possible. The sensors can also be used in the most difficult operating conditions (pressure, temperature, aggressive media, high vacuum).
The sensors are easily adapted in terms of form, size and design. Separate electronics are not necessary as all the sensor’s electronic components can be incorporated in the multiple-layer ceramic substrate. Therefore, eddy current sensors with detached and with integrated electronics are now possible.
Sensors with a glass/ceramic substrate are intended for applications in aerospace and defence, semiconductors, power station construction or for industrial applications with high loads. The sensors can also be used in clean rooms or in an ultra-high vacuum as they are hermetically-sealed and offer correspondingly low gas emission rates. Bestech Australia therefore provides a cost-efficient solution for OEMs to supply eddy current sensors for individual applications at short notice.